Foodies can indulge in A5 Wagyu from Japan, dry-aged steaks, and filet mignon prepared at their table at BORI in Spring Branch. Serving Korean BBQ, BORI is the first of its kind in Houston.
The restaurant offers authentic South Korean BBQ in a Korean art gallery and also offers event space and a peace garden. Guests have the opportunitiy to order kimchi dumplings, fried rice and traditional seafood pancakes. Lunch menus are available as well offering smaller portions of their premium cut meats served with four side dishes and a salad.
The 6,000 square-foot space seats 125 people at tables featuring private grills for their servers. The full-sized art gallery highlighting traditional Asian art including painting and vases from North Korea gifted to the restaurant owner’s parents, can be used as a private event space for up to 60 people. There are five other private dining rooms as well. The Peace Garden features greenery and a map of Korea. It’s a dining spot that offers guests an adventure through their meal.